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Actor and comedian Russell Brand hosts this late-night comedy series that features Brand's unfiltered take on current events, politics and pop culture.
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Russell Brand in New York City (TV Special 2009)
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Russell Brand, the unexpected star and scene-stealer of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and controversial host of the 2008 VMA's, makes his Comedy Central debut with "Russell Brand in New York ... See full summary »

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7 Deadly Sins (TV Series 2014)
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Morgan Spurlock presents a modern day interpretation of the seven deadly sins: lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy, and pride.

Stars: Jennifer Brito, Tommy Gunn, Mike Heslin
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A look at the growing disparity between different economic classes.

Director: Michael Winterbottom
Stars: Russell Brand, Geraint Anderson, Brigitte Bardot
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Russell talks about the scandals in which he has been involved, and the press and public's reactions to them, then finishes by talking about sex.

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The very best of Russell Brand, taken from his Russell Brand: Live, Live - Doing Life, and Ponderland DVDs.

Director: George Scott
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Hospital People (TV Series 2017)
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Mockumentary following the lives of staff at Brimlington Hospital. Including ambitious manager Susan, inept DJ Ivan, cheeky chaplain Father Kenny and psychic porter Ian (all played by Tom Binns).

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Russell Brand interacts with the audience, and talks about sex and celebrities.

Director: Mick Thomas
Stars: Russell Brand, Jonathan Ross
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In this personal journey for BBC Three, Russell Brand sets out to find out how other countries are tackling their problems of drug abuse and to explore how the framework of criminalization ... See full summary »

Director: Ross Wilson
Stars: Russell Brand, Nick Clegg, David Cameron
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Actor and comedian Russell Brand hosts this late-night comedy series that features Brand's unfiltered take on current events, politics and pop culture.

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Cumming Along;)
12 August 2012 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I've watched a few episodes, and I was well entertained and had some good laughs, but I feel the show hasn't yet reached its full potential. Russel Brand really wants to bring up important issues, and make deep, meaningful points - but when he gets too close to doing that, it seems he gets scared and flimsy, and pulls a bunch of sex jokes out of the pocket of his skinny jeans.

I don't have a problem with balancing serious with funny, I love that concept, but Russel the producer should tell Russel the performer to chill once in a while, and actually explore a subject deeper, even if it's not instant laughs every two seconds.

Russel Brand has a very warm personality, and he connects with his crowd in the studio so well, he takes us to the brink of awkward, but brings us home safe:) I want to see this show evolve!


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